Jira Snapshots for Confluence
Jira and Confluence integration on steroids. Time-stamped static Jira reports in Confluence, including multilevel reports
Compare between current and previous snapshot
With one-click, you can capture a fixed snapshot of Jira data,
and another one,
and another one.
DIFF view compares current snapshot with any of the historic ones
Multilevel snapshots: add dependent levels.
For example, maybe you want to snapshot a list of epics and their stories;
Take it up a notch with a snapshot of epics, their stories, and their subtasks.
Multilevel tables are a snap with Jira Snapshots for Confluence.
Adding the Jira Snapshots macro to any page.
Any JQL clause can be used to retrieve data.
Simply configure the macro with valid JQL, and select the list of fields to fetch.
🎥 See it in action in our RadBee Sandbox
👍 “We definitely recommend admins Take a look at this. It's a really nice tool that solves a fairly big problem. And even if you have workarounds for these kinds of problems now, this is definitely something you want to be looking into” - Brenda Burrell, Adaptavist podcast
👍 “I love how easy planning and reporting is with Jira Snapshots for Confluence." - Rachel Wright, Author of the Jira Strategy Admin Workbook
📸 The standard Confluence Jira macros only show current data — there’s now an easy way to capture and view static Jira data from a point in time.
🚀 A Comparative (DIFF) view gives a clear view of a project’s evolution
🚀 Two (and more) multilevel and traceability reports, for example: Epics and stories, Requirements and tests, Risks and mitigations
🚀 Native data retrieval using Jira Query Language (JQL)
🚀 Historic page versions show the corresponding historic data
Privacy and security
Jira Snapshots for Confluence integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Act on a user's behalf, even when the user is offline
- Write data to the host application
- Read data from the host application
Each snapshot is stored and available to compare with current snapshot